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 noun mathematics (of a subset) the
least element of the containing set that isgreater orequal to all elements of the subset. The supremum may or may not be a member of the subset.
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We call the supremum the join and the infimum the meet of the elements a

The least upper bound is also sometimes called the "supremum", abbreviated "sup".

A '' supremum '' for '' S '' is an upper bound which is less than or equal to any other upper bound for '' S ''; an '' infimum '' is a lower bound for '' S '' which is greater than or equal to any other lower bound for '' S ''.

A '' supremum '' for '' S '' is an upper bound which is less than or equal to any other upper bound for '' S ''; an '' infimum '' is a lower bound for '' S '' which is greater than or equal to any other lower bound for '' S ''.

A '' supremum '' for '' S '' is an upper bound which is less than or equal to any other upper bound for '' S ''; an '' infimum '' is a lower bound for '' S '' which is greater than or equal to any other lower bound for '' S ''.

The use of the word “super” is derived from the same root as “supremum”, which for a given set refers to the “least upper bound” of the set, or basically the smallest element that has value greater (in some measurable sense) than every element within the set.

C, that is, provided that the supremum of I is an element of C. (For example, complements of principal ideals are open.) f turns out to be continuous in the usual topological sense, that is, the inverse image of an open set being open, when D and E are taken together with their topologies.

(D, ¤) into a complete lattice (E, ¤) is said to be continuous when it preserves the supremum of each ideal on

[4629] Miseriquid luctatiunculis hisce volumus? ecce mors supra caput est, et supremum illud tribunal, ubi et dicta et facta nostra examinanda sunt: Sapiamus!

The last two lines of the second verse stated that the Father had entrusted to Christ, as His right, "absolute dominion over the peoples" Cui iure sceptrum gentium Pater supremum credidit.
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